Tuning the Body & Voice – Roccatederighi * Tuscany * ItalyVOICE MOVEMENT INTEGRATION & EXPRESSIONSomatic Practice in Dialogue with Vocal Presence25 - 29 July 2019For anyone interested in enhancing their health and vitality while becoming more confident in embodying their voice in a moving and flowing body. The workshop is of particular interest to actors, singers, dancers, voice coaches and public speakers.This course centers on developing skills connecting breath, voice, movement,…See More
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Patricia Bardi is a dance/voice artist, bodywork specialist and somatic movement therapist originally from New York and based in Amsterdam. She is the founder/director of the Certification Program in Vocal Dance and Voice Movement Integration Practice centered in Amsterdam and recognized by ISMETA – International Somatic Movement Education & Therapy Association.
She has developed and has taught Organ Rebalancing - a professional bodywork training program for health practitioners at Rudolf Merkel, M.D.’s Schule fur Craniosacrale Osteopathie, Zurich and Joelle Kubish,M.D.’S Cranio Sacrale Impuls RegulationTraining Institute, Austria.
Bardi teaches and performs throughout Europe and the USA and maintains a private practice working with children and adults. She is a founding member and teacher/practitioner of the School for Body-Mind Centering (USA) and a Registered Somatic Movement Therapist with ISMETA.
She has received a London Choreographer’s award and researched North Indian vocal music in India.
In 1987, Bardi founded the Rocca Project an annual summer program for interdisciplinary performance arts and healing practice in Tuscany, Italy. She has been on the faculty of NYU’s Department of Experimental Theater, the School for New Dance Development and has presented her work at the Centre for Performance Research’s ‘Giving Voice Festival’ in Wales.
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